Whether it’s for you or your groom’s party too, we’ll create a made-to-measure look worthy of your special day. We know planning a wedding can be a lot of work, so we ensure the process is as enjoyable and effortless as possible. We’ll be here at every step to guide you through the options and make sure you look your best.
Choose from a wide range of fabrics, including classic black, beige linens, and a wide range of blue hues. The possibilities for color and material are endless. If you already know your wedding palette, bring it along to the orientation appointment to help us narrow the search.
The smallest details will make your big day. You can customize every part of your suit with things like a monogram with your initials, special lining to match your groomsmen, or the choice of your buttons. You can even match the materials of your shirt and accessories perfectly.
A well-tailored suit speaks for itself, it will help you feel comfortable and confident all day. We always tailor to your wishes and your unique form to guarantee your suit will fit like a glove. Even though your suit will be made to order, there are samples to try on that will help you get a feel for fit.
Our average delivery time for suits is 4 weeks, so we recommend coming by at least 8 weeks before the wedding. That way you have enough time to explore the options, make a decision, and have the suit made. To give your suit time to shape to your body, we suggest wearing it a couple of times before the big day.
Check out some of our favorite wedding looks with a range of styles to suit any kind of celebration. Elevated classics and elegant white-tie attire to the more outspoken and colorful.
We have something for any wedding style and palette. Summer to winter, classic black tux to more casual attire like linen. Whether you're the groom or a guest, explore our collection to discover the look for you.
Whether you’re setting the dress code for your own wedding or deciding what to wear to someone else’s, it’s important to understand what each code means and how to dress.
Formal, with a black bow tie. Essentially this means wearing a tux and avoiding crazy styling. To accessorize, keep it understated and stick to the usual: buttons, cufflinks, and pocket squares. If the invite says black-tie optional and you don’t have a tux, any formal dark suit and tie will work.
Cocktail attire is that happy medium between business daywear and formal evening wear. A nice suit, but not so formal you would feel weird getting drinks with friends in it. A navy or blue suit with a collared shirt, tie and pocket square is your best bet.
For a destination wedding, opt for airy and summer-ready fabrics like linen or cotton, in lighter colors. Beiges and blues are usually the go to hues. With this kind of location, you can get away with a more casual brown dress shoe too, like a blucher or loafer.
No, this doesn’t mean shorts are on the table. Casual wedding attire requires chinos and a jacket at a minimum, but a suit and tie works too. You don’t need a tie but make an effort to look sharp with tailoring – it’s still a wedding after all.
Choosing what to wear to your wedding should be fun. Get your best men together for an orientation appointment where you’ll be thoughtfully guided through all the options, champagne in hand.